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Could HAARP technology be a step to helping the deaf?

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posted on May, 13 2010 @ 12:33 PM
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Well a while back I was watching Conspiracy Theory with Jessie Ventura, and it was the episode about HAARP.
Jessie interviewed a guy and he was telling him how it can be used to send a "voice" to any person and can be used to influence moods, and at one point he showed Jessie how it worked and from Jessie's reaction it seems that it works.

Conspiracy Theory with Jessie Ventura - HAARP



So basically I'm wondering, couldn't it be possible to utilize that technology used to send the voice, make it portable, and couple it with a specialized microphone for the deaf to "hear" with?

If so, why has no one tried? It seems to me that would be a huge medical break through, especially if they could figure out how to receive messages from someone unable to speak... shouldn't be too hard.




posted on May, 13 2010 @ 12:37 PM
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Nick Begich is a hoaxster and Ventura fell for it. He was using something called bone conduction headphones. It has nothing to do with "sending" anything to anyone.

Bone conduction can be useful in some forms of hearing impairment.



posted on May, 13 2010 @ 12:50 PM
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Oooh

Oh well, at least I learned something, lol.



posted on May, 13 2010 @ 01:47 PM
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Being legally deaf myself, I wonder if such a tech could be used, (not the present tech to amplify sound but bone conductivity) but there's a difference between being able to hear and actually understanding what the sounds mean, otherwise its just a stream of untelligible sounds. I wonder if such a tech was perfected by the ptb, who by the way I don't think has our best interests in heart- Would these who can hear and process these sounds hear voices as if these voices were real, but the deaf, who cannot, will recongize these sounds as something foreign and external, something unnatural or impossible if they can 'hear' it at all?



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